Jason Krawciw MEng
Member of the Rolls-Royce UTC in Combustion System Aerothermal Processes since 2012.
- Combustor effusion cooling systems
- Experimental and computational study of gas turbine aerodynamics and combustion system aerothermal processes.
- Research Student, Research Associate, Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre in Combustion Aerodynamics, Loughborough University, 2012-present.
- Engineering Intern, Rolls-Royce Plc 2010-2011
- PhD, ‘Optimisation techniques for combustor wall cooling’, Loughborough University, To be completed mid 2016
- MEng(hons) Aeronautical Engineering, Loughborough University, 2012
Key Awards and Qualifications
- 2015 - ‘Measurement and prediction of adiabatic film effectiveness of combustor representative effusion arrays’ ASME GT2015-43210
Outline main research interests
Experimental and computational study of combustor liner cooling flows in modern gas turbines. Focus on effusion cooling designs including novel cooling hole geometries.
- Combustion system aerodynamics
- Heat transfer and cooling
- Experimental fluid mechanics
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Applied Aerodynamics
Selected research projects
- SILOET 2 – Novel effusion cooling concepts for DLD combustors – 2013-2015.
External roles and responsibilities
- Member if the Rolls-Royce UTC in Combustion System Aerothermal Processes